Age Discrimination

An employee’s innocence of an offense for which he was fired is irrelevant so long as the employer believed that the accusation was true and acted in good faith, a federal appeals court has ruled. In the case, an employee was fired for accessing pornography at work. The employee sued his company, alleging that his age—he was 57 years old at the time—was the real reason he was fired.



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